About Sherman Morrison

G. Sherman H. Morrison is a writer and editor based in Keene, New Hampshire. He holds a Master of Science in Management from Antioch University New England where his studies focused on effective leadership and management of any organization’s single most important resource – it’s employees. The talent management and human resources landscape is evolving rapidly in the brave new digital world of the 21st century, and Sherman keeps track of it all for people and companies who want to stay up-to-date on the latest developments. Sherman writes for a variety of sites, including Talent Management 360, eLeaP (learning and training in the corporate context), and Healevate (alternative health topics) to name a few. When not clacking away on his laptop, Sherman can typically be found performing and directing with a variety of theatre groups in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire.

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When Perks Go Bad: Unintended Consequences

March 31, 2015   

Who doesn’t like a few perks with a job, right? After all, as talent management and HR practitioners, you know you have to offer a competitive package of compensation and benefits to attract and retain the top talent you need. But it’s also worth considering what can happen when you take perks too far. You […]

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Integrated Talent Management Basics

March 27, 2015   

In today’s rapid-paced business environment, it’s all too easy to forget one of the most important themes to emerge in the HR function of the last couple decades – integrated talent management. It’s the Holy Grail of what talent management departments and personnel should be about. Making it happen is no easy task, however, which […]

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Better Executive Onboarding

March 24, 2015   

What could be more important than making sure a new executive-level hire is properly onboarded? And yet in many organizations, a surprisingly lax approach is taken in this vital process. The elements and features of robust executive onboarding are numerous to choose from. This article will offer some ways to improve it at your organization. […]

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5 Tools for Greater Self-Knowledge

March 9, 2015   

One of the most important things for all employees in the 21st century is to increase their level of self-knowledge, and this is especially true for anyone with either management or leadership ambitions. Below are 5 of the best overall tools to ratchet up your own level of self-knowledge about who you are and what […]

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The Personal SWOT Analysis

March 4, 2015   

Many people are familiar with the classic SWOT analysis, the 2×2 matrix with its four elements of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Interestingly enough, know one really knows the origins of this essential tool. Although often credited to Stanford University’s Albert Humphrey who used it back in the 1960s and 1970s, he does not claim […]

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